Robert J. O’Neill, who shot Osama bin Laden in the head, not in his lifetime. Last week He was arrested For two charges, he added one more item to his sad record from his participation in Operation Neptune’s Sphere, which commemorated May 2, 2011.
The world learned that O’Neill was the terrorist’s executioner in late 2014, with his father Tom looking forward to it and speaking to the Daily Mail in the days before Fox revealed it in an interview. And he showed no fear of retaliation from ISIS. He would paint the door of his house: “Come and catch us.”
O’Neill was part of the Navy SEALs (popularly known as SEAL Team Six) who did night duty in terrorist bunkers in Pakistan. That is the most commented version of the method O’Neill used to kill bin Laden He was shot three times in the head.
Robert O’Neill was booked into the Collin County Jail. Photo: New York Post
When O’Neill left the Navy in 2012, he began working as a public speaker and contributor to Fox News.
On Wednesday, O’Neill was arrested in Texas on charges of Class A misdemeanor assault (bodily injury) and Class C misdemeanor public intoxication, The Dallas Morning News reported. Although many details of the case are not available, records show he was booked into the Collin County Jail.
While O’Neill was part of the US Army.
The former Navy SEAL was released the same day he was arrested on a $3,500 bond. He was in the area recording a podcast in a smoking lounge.
But this isn’t the first time he’s had style issues.
For example, in 2020, Delta Airlines banned him from flying with them again after he posted a photo from inside a plane in the middle of the pandemic, boasting that he wasn’t wearing a mask.
Controversial tweet by former Navy SEAL
In 2013 he held a virtual meeting with representatives of the LGBTIQ community in which he criticized the brewery where he was listed as a director.
“His comments show his true self and what he really thinks about the LGBT community,” she said at the time. Stacey Wallsexecutive director of the LGBT Life Center, according to WTKR.
In 2016, he was arrested for driving under the influence in Montana, a charge that was soon dropped.
Robert O’Neill was arrested in 2016. Photo: AP
Killed Bin Laden?
O’Neill claims to have killed the terrorist, but the US government has neither confirmed nor denied his story. His truth is revealed in his 2017 memoir titled “The Operator.”
O’Neill signed copies of his memoirs. Photo: Instagram
When in 2020 Donald Trump -then-president- retweeted a theory that bin Laden was still alive, to which O’Neill, a Trump supporter, responded: “It’s not double-crossing. Thank you, President.”
The New York Post and Bin Laden.
That same month, Admiral William McGraven, who oversaw the operation in Pakistan, confirmed to CNN that it was “Rob” who shot down Osama.
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